Boutique Air Begins Phoenix To Show Low Service


boutique-airBoutique Air announced that it will be initiating service between Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) and Show Low Regional Airport (SOW) beginning August 1. The airline was recently awarded the Essential Air Service contract to provide service between the two communities after receiving strong support from local leadership and the broader community.

“We are excited to bring Boutique Air service to Show Low and Phoenix,” says CEO Shawn Simpson. “Our focus on customer service and reliability has resulted in strong demand for our service in other markets, and we look forward to creating the same success story in the community of Show Low.”

Fares will start at $59 for the life of the contract. The initial schedule will feature 12 weekly roundtrip flights between Phoenix and Show Low during off-peak months (January – April), and 18 weekly roundtrip flights during peak months (May – December).

The schedule can be found online at www.boutiqueair.com.

Boutique Air operates a modern fleet of Swissmade Pilatus PC12 aircraft. With amenities designed to make the flying experience as comfortable as it gets, the PC12 features large leather seats in an executive configuration, power outlets, pressurized cabin, enclosed lavatory and a top speed of 270 mph.

Boutique Air is an FAA-certified air carrier providing both air charter and scheduled service. The airline currently services routes in New Mexico, Texas, Colorado and Nebraska, with scheduled service beginning in Arizona, California and Nevada. Reservations can be made online now by visiting www.boutiqueair.com or by phone at 855.268.8478.

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